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SCHOOL EDITION Berlitz
Parts of Speech
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Adjectives
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Pronouns
Personal Pronouns
Possessive Pronouns in Nominative
Declension of Possessive Pronouns
Verbs
Verbs of Motion
Conjugated Verbs
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Possessive Pronouns in Nominative
 
Possessive Pronouns in the Nominative
 
Possessive Pronouns are called so because they show the ownership.
They are declined according to gender, number and case of the possessed object.
 
Это моя машина. = This is my car.
То твой телефон. = That is your phone.
Это ваше вино. = This is your wine.
Это мои ключи. =  These are my keys.
 
 Sometimes you don't want to say "This is my book", but just "This is mine". In this case you should use the neuter pronoun:
 
Это моё, а то твоё. = This is mine, and that is yours.
 
Bellow is the table of singular Possessive Pronouns in the Nominative case.

 

 

my

your (informal)

your (polite/ plural)

his/its

her

our

their

whose?

он

мой

твой

ваш

его

её

наш

их

чей?

она

моя

твоя

ваша

его

её

наша

их

чья?

оно

моё

твоё

ваше

его

её

наше

их

чьё?

они

мои

твои

ваши

его

её

наши

их

чьи?

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